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From azq <anzhon...@gmail.com>
Subject Is jclouds developer-friendly for Android ?
Date Mon, 06 Oct 2014 14:55:29 GMT
Hi, everyone,

My name is 安仲奇.

I recently started using jclouds to develop clients for the internal
OpenStack platform of my lab, and jclouds really helped me a lot, and
everything worked fine in my Java Swing client.

I ran into some problems when I tried to do the same on the Android
platform, such as:

When building a Keystone API (`newBuilder("openstack-keystone")`), an
exception of

java.util.NoSuchElementException: key [openstack-keystone] not in the
list of providers or apis: {}

was throwed out.

When getting the jclouds version (`JcloudsVersion.get()`), an exception


was catched.

I'm using the `1.8.0-SNAPSHOT` jar files, and I've imported every
dependency jar downloaded by Maven to the `lib` folder of my Eclipse

So, any ideas about what could be the problem? Is jclouds compatible
with the Android platform?

Best wishes!


High Performance Computer Research Center
Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

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